Yesterday I had a relapse. I couldn't stop thinking that if I had just done more, been nicer, more loving, more understanding, etc. etc. Crying all day and even thinking of calling the x. I didn't amd I am glad I didn't because today seems a lot different. I ended up reaching out to family and friends and they listened and told me I was not thinking straight, that I had done more than most people would, in my case, and that it was me that had decided some time ago that I just couldn't do it anymore. All in all I felt like I was going insane. So...does anyone else relapse like this? Does anyone here know the steps of grieving a relationship? Was this the guilt stage and what comes next or might I experience this again? Lots of questions. Can some one help me out with this? What do all you guys do when this happens. It's like torture!
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